New fiction at Fulton County Library includes "Wormwood" by Susan Wittig Albert, "Venetian Judgement" by David Stone, "8th Confession" (large print) by David Baldacci, "Teatime for the Traditionally Built" by Alexander McCall Smith, "Loitering With Intent" by Stuart Woods, "The Book of Love" by Kathleen McGowen, "BoneMan's Daughters" by Ted Dekker, "Take One" by Karen Kingsbury, "Brimstone" by Robert B. Parker, "Mr. and Mrs. Anonymous" by Fern Michaels, "In the Dark" by Brian Freeman, and "Montana Creeds: Logan" by Linda Lael Miller.
New nonfiction includes "Backyard Homestead" by Carleen Madigan, "Stitched in Time: Memory-Keeping Projects to Sew and Share from the Creator of Posie Gets Cosy" by Alicia Paulson, "Macular Degeneration: A Complete Guide for Patients and Their Families" by Michael Samuel, and "Martha Stewart's Encyclopedia of Crafts."
New items at Hustontown Branch Library include "A Cousin's Promise" by Wanda Brunstetter, "First Family" by David Baldacci, "8th Confession" by James Patterson, "Dare to Die" by Carolyn Hart, "Geometry of Sisters" by Luanne Rice, and "Just Take My Heart" by Mary Higgins Clark.
There are still spaces left in the library's computer classes being held on Wednesday, May 20: Keyboarding, Internet Basics, and The Big Three of Internet Fun: Facebook, Myspace, and Youtube (minimum age of 14). Call or stop in at the library to sign up for any of these free classes.
The library will be having its annual book, plant and bake sale on Friday, May 15, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Proceeds will be matched by the Modern Woodmen of America.